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Who We Are


Who We Are

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Who We Are


Who We Are

 

Uptown Vinyl Supreme is a DJ collective conceived in the Summer of 2015 by friends and lovers vinyl, Sunny Cheeba, Buddy, and Brujo Boogie. The premise was to create an outlet that allowed us to explore the vinyl records that we owned. The result was a series of all-vinyl jams in the Kingsbridge area of the Bronx. 

It wasn't long before the concept began to take on a life of its own and adapt across venues from the South Bronx to East Harlem and beyond. Now we're set on taking our sound to more spaces and places with the intention of spreading unity and expression through records and dance.  

 
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What We Do


What We Do

What We Do


What We Do

 

In the age of smartphones and digital downloads Uptown Vinyl Supreme works to pay homage to the analog roots of music, party, and dance culture. Before the Internet and iTunes there was a time when musicians, disc jockeys, and dancers worked in unison to decide what was recorded in the studio, played in the club, and captivated on the dance floor.

What we do is return to the essence of old school record playing and socializing. We book the venue, gather the records, and play for the people in a lively and sonically progressive manner. You won't hear today's Top 40 at our parties, but you'll definitely hear the original samples and inspirations for many of those tunes.

 
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Vinyl To The People


Vinyl To The People

Vinyl To The People


Vinyl To The People

 

Music is universal and we believe that all records have a message for the listener. Vinyl To The People is the philosophy that everyone, no matter the age or creed deserves access to vinyl music. 

Records have the power to uplift, inspire, and heal the people. Uptown Vinyl Supreme takes this responsibility seriously and continues to explore progressive ways in which this power can reach audiences all over the world, be it through dance gatherings, individual sessions, or private functions.